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Sony has recently laid off 900 PlayStation employees, closed its London studio, and canceled projects

Sony’s PlayStation division has recently revealed plans to lay off approximately 900 employees, which accounts for about 8% of its workforce, as part of a company-wide reorganization. This affects employees in all SIE regions and multiple PlayStation studios. PlayStation’s London studio in the UK is closing down, and there will be staff reductions at Firesprite studio. Staff reductions have affected ...

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Nintendo Store replenishes Pokémon amiibo in specific regions

Exciting news for Pokémon enthusiasts and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate amiibo collectors! To mark Pokémon Day 2024, Nintendo has replenished its official online stores with a range of Pokémon amiibo. The restock features popular Pokémon such as Pikachu, Squirtle, Ivysaur, Charizard, Mewtwo, Lucario, Greninja, and Incineroar. The price is $15.99 USD (or the regional equivalent), and availability may differ by ...

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Exciting new Metroidvania game developed by a CERN physicist explores the fascinating world of science

Are you a fan of Metroidvanias? Are you a fan of science? Really? Exciting news! Exographer is an upcoming adventure title from Abylight Studios and SciFun Games. Raphael Granier de Cassagnac, a CERN physicist and sci-fi author, created Exographer, which offers a distinctive perspective on the Metroidvania genre. Instead of focusing on combat, players are challenged with science-based puzzles. By ...

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Disney Dreamlight Valley receives a fresh update with the complete patch notes revealed

Disney Dreamlight Valley’s latest update will feature Mike Wazowski and Sulley from Monsters, Inc., set to be released on February 28, 2024, after being teased. This marks the first significant update of the new year, with the team thrilled to officially introduce players to The Laugh Floor. Here is a short message from the team, along with the complete patch ...

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Prepare to be amazed! Season 5 of Dragon Ball: The Breakers introduces Cross-Play Feature

Bandai Namco revealed the release date for Season 5 of Dragon Ball: The Breakers on February 29, 2024. The update introduces the new “double raider” team Zamasu and Goku Black (obtainable with TP tokens), who collaborate to carry out the “Zero Mortal Plan.”. Three new survivor skins have been added: Future Mai, Puar (TP Tokens), and Jaco (via Dragon Tier). ...

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Lady Gaga has recently joined the Fortnite Festival Season 2 lineup

Season 2 of the Fortnite Festival has kicked off with the addition of Lady Gaga, the “legendary superstar” behind hits like ‘Poker Face’ and ‘Just Dance’, as the festival icon. Get ready to dive into the ‘Unlock Your Talent’ festival pass, available until April 22, 2024. Explore new instruments, jam tracks, and exciting surprises! This pass offers a free tier ...

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Hand-Drawn Adventure ‘Bo: Path Of The Teal Lotus’ is set to debut on the Switch this July

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Bo: Path of the Teal Lotus has announced its official release date for the Nintendo Switch and other platforms. Humble Games and the game’s creator Squid Shock have confirmed that it will be available on July 18, 2024. In case you didn’t catch our earlier review a couple of years ago, this side-scrolling action-platformer is ...

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Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection Switch File Size Unveiled

One of the standout announcements from Nintendo’s Partner Showcase was the unveiling of Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection. This game brings back the classic Battlefront games and introduces new content and characters, such as Kit Fisto. Curious about the required storage space? The estimated Switch file size has been disclosed as 25.4GB on the US and UK eShop listings. Let’s ...

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